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Q:

If we repent of our sins (like the Bible says we're supposed to do), does this mean that if we ever commit another sin, we'll lose our salvation? I worry about this.


A:

One of the devil’s oldest tricks is to make us believe that God will turn against us and take away our salvation if we ever commit another sin. But it simply isn’t true!

The reason is because when He died on the cross, Jesus Christ became the final and complete sacrifice for all our sins—without exception. Remember: Jesus Christ was without sin, because He was God in human flesh—and God cannot sin. But on the cross, all our sins were transferred to Him, and He took upon Himself all our guilt and all our condemnation. He didn’t die for some of our sins—He died for them all! The Bible says, “In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins” (Ephesians 1:7).

Don’t trust yourself or your own goodness for your salvation—for you and I can never be good enough. Instead, trust Christ and what He has already done for you. By His death and resurrection He purchased your salvation—and now He offers it to you as a free gift. By a simple prayer of faith ask Christ to come into your life and save you—and He will.

Then ask God to help you follow Christ every day—not out of fear, but out of joy and thankfulness. In addition, ask Him to help you trust His promise to save you and take you to Heaven when you die. God’s promise is for you: “This is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the Son has life” (1 John 5:11-12).

Accept Christ’s gift of salvation.

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6 Comments

  1. Herman Fings says:

    Merci beaucoup évangéliste Billy Gramm que l’éternel Dieu vous bénisse abondamment.

  2. Maurice Gaudreau says:

    Thank you 😊 for your teaching. Like always it is right. We are blessed to have you.
    May the Lord Jésus keep you in good health.

  3. Denis Pereira da Silva says:

    A Paz do Senhor Jesus irmão Graham,

    Eu sou do Brasil, e ultimamente venho acompanhando a obra de Deus em vossa vida. Eu não queria pedir nada ao senhor. Somente agradecer a Deus pela vida do senhor, pois por muitos anos se deixou na brecha para ser um instrumento nas mão do nosso Deus. Agradeço a Deus pelas milhares de vidas que foram ganhas. Eu tenho um ministério de Jovens aqui no Brasil, se chama “Geração Jovem Heliópolis” fica em uma comunidade do Heliópolis e também estamos eu na Fé com meus irmãos estamos fazendo cultos nas casas, com o o ministério “Almas para o Reino”. Moramos em uma comunidade chamada Heliópolis, tem muitas almas para ser ganhas aqui. Hoje irei orar pelo senhor aqui, e peço oração do senhor. QUE DEUS LHE ABENÇOE.

  4. Lin says:

    Recently 2 adult family members have expressed that they no longer believe in God. They were both saved as children. Have they lost their salvation now?

    1. Murr says:

      Question is, were they really saved to begin with?

  5. King Johnson says:

    As long as we don’t turn off light, but instead turn toward it and bask in it, everything is already and will be alright!)